The Internet of Things is refining the capabilities of the supply chain to reduce theft, increase visibility and transform legacy complexity.
While it’s unlikely to become a physical reality any time soon, technology has indeed found a way to make it possible for us to be in two places at once virtually.
Fake news remains a topical hot potato. Some say that winning the war against it is a losing battle.
Meskerem is a middle-aged Ethiopian woman, who runs a café and bakery with ten employees in an affluent neighbourhood of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
The days where the IT operation was a separate fiefdom with autonomy are gone. In most organisations, there are now components that are relatively closely aligned with the business.
Routed, a leading vendor neutral provider of cloud infrastructure, says that the predicted growth of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is in line with the increasing growth forecasts for cloud computing.
[Column] Nikki Summers: The fourth industrial revolution could spark a wave of small business innovation in East Africa
As a business owner, you may have seen technology and business publications use the term 'Fourth Industrial Revolution' and 'Industry 4.0' lately.
[Column] Anne Wambui Gaitha: African Trade Agreement key to Financial Services, Logistics, Tourism industries
I believe that the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) is a game changer in international trade and will be an amazing opportunity for African brands.
Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari ratified the African Continental Free Trade Agreement AfCFTA on the 7th of July 2019 following a long consultation with stakeholders in Nigeria.
In the spirit of good corporate citizenship, organisations both in the public and private sectors in Namibia have an active role to play when it comes to developing skills.
Nigerian Film and Entertainment Studio, ROK, was recently acquired by French media giant, CANAL+. Mary Njoku, the leader of ROK, talks to Africa Business Communities about the aquisition and what it means for the African entertainment industry.
New innovations in financial IT solutions are opening several opportunities for finance decision-makers in Africa. But realizing the full value of these innovations will require leadership and vision.
There’s a common misperception that digital transformation means adopting new technology and jumping on buzzword bandwagons like AI, blockchain, and machine learning.
The Free Trade Zone is an excellent idea and can be implemented to become a global reality that benefits the whole world, and not just Africa
If South Africa is to reap the economic benefits of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, it needs to look at existing infrastructure within the country's state-owned enterprises and municipalities.
[Column] Wildu du Plessis: A new opportunity for African nations to work together, overcome challenges
As parts of the world appear to fragment or turn inwards, there is a new opportunity for African nations to work together and speak with one voice, now that the operational phase of the African Continental Free Trade Area has been launched.
Humans are now generating an estimated 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every single day, with more data being created in the past two years than in all of human history.
An increasing amount of local businesses are looking for more innovative ways to improve long term operational agility.
[Column] Sean McCormick: Globalstar Satellites Redefine the Boundaries of Connectivity in Industrial IoT
According to IDC’s new IoT spending guide, Internet of Things (IoT) solutions will be primarily driven by the manufacturing, process manufacturing and transportation industries.
For years, trade has proven to be a key driver of economic growth for many countries across the globe. Trade has also been the fuel for driving regional integration for continents of the world.